The Eurobodalla Bushfire Recovery Centre opened at the Batemans Bay Soldiers Club on Wednesday, January 15.
The recovery centre has been established to provide information and assistance to people affected by Eurobodalla Shire's bushfires.
Eurobodalla Shire Mayor Liz Innes encouraged anyone impacted to register.
"The recovery centre represents the next step for the community to move forward. It's all about practical, confidential assistance to rebuild our community with emotional, physical and economic support," Cr Innes said.
"There is an extensive range of government and non-government services available, managed by the NSW Department of Justice Office of Emergency Management and supported by council."
The recovery centre is open seven days from 9am to 5pm weekdays and 10am to 4pm on weekends, and would remain open until support is no longer needed.
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The centre shifted from the Batemans Bay Community Centre to accommodate the number of services on offer.
Cr Innes said transport could be arranged if required, and that the centre was looking to provide additional community supports across the shire in the coming weeks.
"We want everyone affected by the fires to register and take advantage of the strong suite of services offered by the recovery centre," she said.
The Eurobodalla Bushfire Recovery Centre is located at the Batemans Bay Soldiers Club, 6 Beach Road, Batemans Bay. Parking is available off Flora Crescent.